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Eric Holder wants Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch as new AG

Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch is outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s choice to succeed him as the nation’s highest ranking law enforcement official, the Daily News has learned.

Drugs, gun found in home of Brooklyn school safety agent: cops

Edward Fant, 36, was arrested at his apartment on Lefferts Place in Fort Greene on charges of criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of marijuana after cops executed a warrant, police said.

Biker who filmed, taunted cop in wild California motorcycle swarm arrested

Cops weren't able to contain a reckless gang of 50 fast and furious bikers who took over a California highway earlier this month, but the marauders left a trail on social media about as obvious as a tire burnout.

Russell Westbrook leaves loss to Clippers with injury, has verbal altercation with fan

Blake Griffin scored 23 points, making two free throws with five seconds left, Chris Paul added 22 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 93-90 in their season opener on Thursday night to usher in a new era under owner Steve Ballmer.

Ready, headset, go: Video game technology provides virtual apartment tours

It’s World of Warcraft meets the world of real estate. Apartment hunters will soon be able to visit units that don’t even exist, thanks to new software and the hotly anticipated Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.

Hero from Brooklyn cop car crash honored

A FEARLESS Brooklyn man who pulled an undercover cop from a burning car is getting the hero treatment.

NY1's Kiernan, Stelter and more go Navy for Halloween

News anchors Pat Kiernan, Roger Clark, Jamie Stelter and Stephanie Simon will don 1940s sailor garb from "On the Town” for Halloween.

In the Now: OnePiece rompers and forgotten indies

OnePiece adult rompers, a favorite of stars like Khloe Kardashian and One Direction, are getting the city's first-ever onesie store, the Daily News has learned.

Katie Holmes' People Q&A is a Cruise to nowhere

Tom Cruise’s ex-wife Katie Holmes had non-negotiable demands with People before giving a recent interview, a source tells Confidenti@l.

Manhattan becomes a magnet for deluxe department stores

Manhattan has stores like Henri Bendel, Bergdorf and Barneys. But experts say it’s still underserved by retail considering its population and tourist traffic, and retailers are aiming to fill the gap.

Rep. Michael Grimm scores Giuliani's endorsement

WASHINGTON — Rep. Michael Grimm won key support Thursday in his bid to hang onto his congressional seat despite a 20-count federal indictment.

Bondy: Win gives Thierry Henry time to ponder future

So it will be a long goodbye for Thierry Henry, at least two more matches, maybe more. Maybe another season. Maybe two. Who knows? Nobody knows, and nobody needs to know quite yet, because the Red Bulls somehow, finally, broke the home-field playoff curse.

Controller Stringer to audit four charter school organizations

The city Controller plans to audit the books of four charter school organizations.

Meb mentality: American Keflezigh, the 2009 champ, eyes NYC title

Many of the ebbs and flows of American marathoner Meb Keflezighi’s career can be traced through the streets of New York, from Staten Island to Central Park, from 2002 to 2009. He reflected on those turns inside the Javits Center Thursday afternoon.

'Bowling' UPS driver rolls $12,000 package to the curb

That's a strike against one UPS driver. The Long Island-based delivery man "bowled" a $12,000 package out the door of a business and across the lawn to his truck parked curbside - to the dismay of the owner, who caught the outrageous act on the company's surveillance system.

Raissman: Jets' John Idzik in need of lessons from Yankees' Brian Cashman

The Jets once brought in Joe Girardi to teach Mark Sanchez how to slide. Now they should bring in Brian Cashman to teach John Idzik how to deal with the media. When it comes to maneuvering and manipulating, when it comes to either answering questions candidly, or controlling his media message, the Yankees GM takes a back seat to no one.

Islanders shut out by Avalanche, who are led by Nathan MacKinnon

Nathan MacKinnon scored his first two goals of the season and Semyon Varlamov stopped 40 shots for his 14th NHL shutout, lifting the Colorado Avalanche to a 5-0 win over the New York Islanders on Thursday night.

50 parishes will close to cut costs: Dolan

The Catholic Archdiocese of New York will be shuttering more city parishes under a longstanding plan to merge resources and cut costs, Timothy Cardinal Dolan said Thursday.

Manhattan co-op inventory dropped by massive 11% in Q3

Manhattan co-op owners are staying put. The number of available co-op apartments on the market dropped by a nearly 11% in the third quarter of the year, even as condo and townhouse inventory surged up, according to data from listings website StreetEasy.

Mighty Quinn: October 31

Postal Pete (KOD Kid) Sweeney is flying to K.C. to watch his Chiefs play the Jets on Sunday.

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